Science and Public Policy: How The Twain Might Meet

This paper examines the views raised and discussed by Glover and Bromley against a case in the Philippines in which research had, in fact, affected policy. The Environment and Natural Resource Accounting Project (ENRAP) was a research endeavor under the aegis of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). It was funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). It aimed to support environmental policy making in the country and covered a number of policy issues that included forestry, fisheries and water and air pollution. This paper discusses ENRAP’s role and impact on the policy to eliminate gasoline Pb in the Philippines.

 

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Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia